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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

Ted Kennedy by Dr. William L. Pierce AS MUCH AS POSSIBLE I try to base my commentary on current events — on things which people presumably are thinking about because they have been covered recently by the mainstream news media. Last week, unfortunately, there was hardly anything on the television…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce WE ARE LIVING in interesting times, and they become more interesting almost by the day. I want take a look today at a surprising confluence of developments around the world. The most interesting recent development here in the United States, of course, has been the bottom dropping…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce IT’S REALLY TOO BAD Bill Clinton put on such a weak performance in his televised apology to the nation a couple of weeks ago. He could have done much better if he hadn’t worn himself out trying to appear cooperative while waffling and dodging questions from the grand…
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Ezra Weston Loomis Pound (1885-1972) is considered the foremost English-language poet of the 20th century. Additionally, he was a political and economic thinker who was broadly sympathetic to National Socialism and Fascism, and opposed to any and all forms of Jewish hegemony. Pound spent the
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As we here in these United States of Surveillance and Torture navigate the days between Memorial Day and Flag Day, here are a few thoughts straight from the coconut to the keyboard. WHY IS IT THAT we Americans must always witness soldiers, sailors and airmen marching in the flag at sporting events? Who…
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These massively and secretly funded agencies also infiltrate and control elements among racialists and every other social movement of significance. IN MAY of 1967, a former CIA officer named Tom Braden published a confession in the Saturday Evening Post under the headline, “I’m glad the CIA…
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Introductory Note by John I. Johnson: The Trump Administration’s characterization of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange as a “coward” beggars belief. The greedy, evil politicians governing the world’s most powerful totalitarian regime calling one of the most courageous…
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by David Sims IMAGINE YOURSELF the victim of a bully. You suffer his abuse for a long while, but finally you get up enough courage to take the bully to court. But in court, you find out that the judge is the bully’s best buddy, and the jury is composed of the bully’s sneering and obviously biased…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce DURING THE PAST few weeks we’ve been talking mostly about the Clinton government’s war against Serbia, and I’ve sometimes gotten a little hot under the collar. Some listeners have accused me of becoming intemperate. Well, perhaps so. But let me assure…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver WE ARE a peculiar race, unlike all others. We, for example, feel compassion for the exhausted and faltering caribou when the wolf-pack closes in for the kill. We feel compassion for the caribou although the wolf is an animal, both courageous and prudent, that our race instinctively…
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